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Physics of Fluids
We experimentally investigate the interfacial morphologies of Rosensweig instability on an extremely thin layer of ferrofluid droplets under a constant perpendicular magnetic field. Striking patterns consisting of numerous subscale droplets that developed from Rosensweig instability are observed. For a dry plate, on which surface tension dominates, the breaking pattern of subscale droplets can be characterized by a dimensionless magnetic Bond number Bo m . In general, a more pronounceddoi:10.1063/1.2929372 fatcat:l7brjxgkcrhxbfq6sbgcpfmkiq